Rosco #3002 Filter - Soft Frost - 48"x25'

Rosco Cinegel #3002 Filter - Soft Frost - 48"x25' Roll

Rosco Cinegel #3002 Filter - Soft Frost - 48"x25' Roll

B&H # RO3002R48 MFR # 101030024825
Rosco #3002 Filter - Soft Frost - 48"x25'

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Cinegel filters are meticulously manufactured on a heat-resistant base polymer utilizing a patented deep-dyed technology.

On-line computerized colorimetry continuously monitors color and density against strict standards, thus assuring a reliable and consistent product.

Lighting fixtures for film and video production usually function by means of a reflector that gathers the light from a point source and focuses it through a lens. The result is a beam that has a high level of intensity or "punch".

But these fixtures also present a number of drawbacks: the projected beam field may be uneven in intensity, the beam edge may be too harsh, or the hard shadows created by the beam may be objectionable or unflattering to the subject.

Placed in the beam path, diffusion materials modify the harsh quality of the beam by spreading or dispersing the light. This effectively softens the beam and alters its shadow-casting properties. In addition, diffusion reduces the contrast between highlight and shadow areas.

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Color Soft Frost
Size 48" x 25' (122cm x 7.6m) Roll
Application A relatively dense diffuser that creates an even field of soft shadowless light. Excellent for combining multiple lights into a single, large area source.
Packaging Info
Package Weight 2.0 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 51.0 x 2.0 x 2.0"
#3002 Filter - Soft Frost - 48"x25' is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Soft Frost Is a Great Diffusion Material Soft frost is a great general purpose diffusion material. We tape it to PVC pipe to create large diffusion panels. We tape it to screen window frames to create smaller diffusion panels. We also tape it to strobe mounted parabolic reflectors to soften those light sources as well. The difference between tough frost and soft frost is that when used in the wind, soft frost will not make the flapping sound that tough frost makes.
Date published: 2008-05-08
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